This is a widget set to quickly develop cross-platform GUI software using the Free Pascal Compiler. It doesn't rely on large third party libraries - which makes fpGUI applications easy to deploy. Also included: help viewer, visual form designer.
- cross-platform (Linux, FreeBSD, Windows, Windows Mobile, ARM-Linux)
- no large 3rd party library dependencies
- custom drawn gui toolkit
- own help system and help viewer
- own visual forms designer
All I wanted was to open an old OS/2 INF file on my box (+ maybe Watcom C/C++ BINP help stuff, not tested), but old tools for this purpose need 16bit support. My stupid Windows 7 64bit can't do this, no OS/2 1.x, no NTVDM, no Win 3, and no Posix subset, sadly 16bit is dead from an MS 64bit POV. DosBox or a W2K VM only to view INF, no. I can't judge the project. but DocView worked, its UI is nice, well done.
Fully agree with Rodrigo's comment.
This project is very interesting in the measure where it removes a layer(not use gtk, gtk2, qt ...) and it becomes lighter application
I must say this pretty neat GUI toolkit that is more lighter than GTK or QT,but totally has enough features and adds so missing themes/skins support that I missed in standard LCL controls. Plus it produces much more smaller executable size than LCL or MSEide ;)
Awesome project! :-)